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Wednesday, 21 September 2011 10:22

Bulldozer FX comes in mid October

Written by Fuad Abazovic


Seven parts planned
AMD has seven bulldozer based CPUs in preparation, two quad, four eight and one six cores and it looks like a launch in October is the plan. The most likely date is October 12th, a slight delay from mid September launch.

AMD FX 8150 a 125W CPU with 3.6GHz core clock and 4.2GHz turbo, eight core is the leader of this pack, AMD FX 8120 is the runner up with its same 125W TDP 3.1GHz base clock and 4.0 GHz turbo clock. There will also be a 95W TDP AMD FX8120 with the same specs, but this one can possibly launch a bit later due the production schedule.

The third to launch is AMD FX 6100, a 95W six-core part with a base clock of 3.3GHz and turbo clock of 3.9GHz.  Two additional AMD FX series 4100 processors, both quad core will also join this Bulldozer crowd. The faster of two is quad core FX 4170 with 125W TDP and 4.2 GHz core clock and only 100MHz faster for the turbo. This will be the highest clocked desktop CPU to date. 

The runner up is a 95W Quad core AMD FX 4100 with 3.6GHz core clock and 3.8GHz turbo. This list can get some 95W refreshment in quad core and six core market segment but this happens later in Q1 2012.

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AMD FX parts coming October 12


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-39 #1 dan 2011-09-21 10:37
At last, a chance to see what AM-doo-doo's BOOBdozer can do.

By the way, Fudo, it's a bit cheap to publish the SAME STORY twice.
 
 
0 #2 dan+mr.sucker=amdfagbots 2011-09-21 10:55
And then day before release amd dungs will find that this piece of crap have another TLB bug MHUAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHA
And then they decide that they need MORE time (like 7y not enough LOL) and will say that another release day will be anounced.
This BULL$hit cant do nothing,exept what Intel 4 cores did 1.5y ago :D
Just another failure from "company" called AlwaysManageDef eat,and cretins like dan will go rage after 8cores wont beat Intel 4cores :D
Oh,and theres Sandy E and Ivy HAHAHAHAHA - who cares about low performance shitdozzer - only poor gay dan and his homo amd fagboys :D
amd - EPIC FAIL
 
 
+21 #3 kvarta 2011-09-21 11:40
Quoting dan+mr.sucker=amdfagbots:
And then day before release amd dungs will find that this piece of crap have another TLB bug MHUAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHA
And then they decide that they need MORE time (like 7y not enough LOL) and will say that another release day will be anounced.
This BULL$hit cant do nothing,exept what Intel 4 cores did 1.5y ago :D
Just another failure from "company" called AlwaysManageDef eat,and cretins like dan will go rage after 8cores wont beat Intel 4cores :D
Oh,and theres Sandy E and Ivy HAHAHAHAHA - who cares about low performance shitdozzer - only poor gay dan and his homo amd fagboys :D
amd - EPIC FAIL

What are you eating...? :sigh:
 
 
+17 #4 Jigar 2011-09-21 11:55
Quoting kvarta:
What are you eating...? :sigh:


Hey fear him, this troll will thumbs down you with his fake ids and think he is superior. :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
 
+17 #5 leftiszi 2011-09-21 12:22
Dear Fudzilla stuff, could you please take the time and clean up your site from trolls with fake accounts?

Thank you.

Oh and please fix that "rate that item". It only allows for one vote. Whoever votes first, it stays.
 
 
-17 #6 adiomari 2011-09-21 12:26
I've signed up to the site only to give a +1 to "dan+mr.sucker=amdfagbots" comment.

I gave -1 to "dan" as well.
 
 
+16 #7 Medallish 2011-09-21 12:32
Would be nice with a ban or something on these trolls.
 
 
0 #8 TinHat 2011-09-21 13:31
Yawn. Sorry, did your article say something really new and interesting there?

Thought not!!
 
 
+15 #9 spp 2011-09-21 13:52
Quoting dan+mr.sucker=amdfagbots:
And then day before release amd dungs will find that this piece of crap have another TLB bug MHUAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHA
And then they decide that they need MORE time (like 7y not enough LOL) and will say that another release day will be anounced.
This BULL$hit cant do nothing,exept what Intel 4 cores did 1.5y ago :D
Just another failure from "company" called AlwaysManageDef eat,and cretins like dan will go rage after 8cores wont :D


:-x :-x Does your father and mom work at Nvidia and Intel to love them so much?? Are you a mental patient to create tons of account only to rate up your own comment. The fact is that even you create a +100 on your comments people knows which is better....
 
 
+2 #10 TinHat 2011-09-21 14:01
There's gonna be plenty reviews of Bulldozer v's Ivybridge when they do eventually come out. The truth is I'm not alone when i say I quite like the idea of AMD underdog CPU's having an teckie edge over intels boring chips. AMD's retail prices sound great and reasonable too. The problem is their ever shifting release dates and poor communications.
Sorry but they must have the worst record in history for planning & marketing anything remotely useful for the public. It reminds me of the years when nVidia always pipped them at the post for release schedules and promotions too. Their poor yields and delays were probably due to poor quality planning & forsight in the production runs. This probably explains why intel prices are on the heavy side and why AMD's chips are erm...greasy? hey hey
 

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